The Review of Economics and Economic Methodology accepts papers sent to email@example.com.
Papers submitted to REEM must be written in English (British) or possibly Slovenian language.
Once you send us a contribution, one of the journal editors will be assigned to your paper and all further communication concerning it. You will receive an acknowledgement of your submission and you will be notified within a week whether or not your paper has been accepted for peer review. All received papers are subjected to a double-blind peer review procedure in which they are reviewed by at least one other lecturer and two reviewing editors from the REEM editorial board.
REEM publishes work that is original and has not been published elsewhere. If an author wishes to publish his or her work elsewhere, as a whole or in part, this must be reported upon submission or immediately after.
REEM reserves the right to edit submissions. It will be made possible for authors to view editorial changes before publication, if the work is received by REEM on time.
REEM reserves the right not to publish work if it does not conform to the standards set out by the editorial board.
Manuscripts should be using 1.5 spacing with regular Times New Roman font (12). All pages should be numbered consecutively, with short titles and subtitles (in bold). Manuscripts should be roughly between 4000 and 7500 words, and should be submitted in Word format. Manuscripts below 4000 or above 7500 words may not be accepted for publication by the reviewers. Manuscripts should not contain the name(s) of the author(s). For more information, please consult the latest published issue.
A separate Word file should contain the following information: (i) the title; (ii) the name(s) and institutional affiliation(s) of the author(s); (iii) the full mailing address of the corresponding author; (iv) an abstract of up to 200 words; (v) full contact details of authors; (vi) 3-6 keywords; (vii) 3-5 JEL codes; (vii) word count. In addition, the REEM encourages their contributors to supplement their application with the researcher's ORCID iD, a unique and persistent digital identifier. If you do not already have an ORCID iD, please follow the subsequent link to create profile and learn more about the Open Researcher and Contributor ID: https://orcid.org.
Footnotes should follow the text at the bottom of the page and should be kept short, nor should they contain formulae or tables. Author(s) should use footnotes exclusively for commenting on or expanding on what is referred to in the text. Displayed formulae should be numbered consecutively throughout the manuscript as (1), (2), etc. against the right-hand margin of the page. Tables and figures should be inserted into the manuscript. They should be numbered consecutively throughout the manuscript and should contain source(s) and, if necessary, note(s). Tables and figures must be in black and white. They must be high-quality (at least 300 dpi) and editable.
References to publications should be as follows: »Van der Woodsen (2011, p. 17) claims that...« or »This problem has been tackled previously (Waldorf, 2007).«The author should make sure that there is a strict one-to-one correspondence between the names and years in the text and those on the list. All references in the text should be given as they were given the first time, i.e., forms such as "Ibid.", "Op. cit." and the like, are not used. The list of references should appear at the end of the text, as in the following example:
The Review of Economics and Economic Methodology uses APA style (American Psychological Association, publication manual, 7th edition) to format references in the text and bibliography.
The sources should be cited in the text (not in the footnotes).
The reference should be in parentheses, containing the author’s surname followed by a year of publication and a page number.
Example with single author: Shaikh (2016, p. 1), (Shaikh, 2016, p. 1), Shaikh (2016) or (Shaikh, 2016).
Example with two authors: Fine and Saad-Filho (2016, p. 1), or (Fine & Saad-Filho, 2016, p. 1).
Example with three or more authors: Lapavitsas et al. (2012, p. 1) or (Lapavitsas, et al., 2012)
The reference list
Always use DOI where available.
Reprinted books should include the year of the reprint and the original year of publication in [brackets].
Shaikh, A. (2016). Capitalism: Competition, Conflict, Crises. Oxford University Press.
Fine, B., & Saad-Filho, A. (2016). Marx’s Capital. Pluto Press.
Anand, S., & Segal, P. (2015). The global distribution of income. In A. B. Atkinson & F. Bourguignon (Eds.), Handbook of Income Distribution (Vol. 2, pp. 937–979). Elsevier.
Bieler, A., Jordan, J., & Morton, A. D. (2019 EU Aggregate Demand As a Way out of Crisis? Engaging the Post-Keynesian Critique. Journal of Common Market Studies, 57(4), 805–822. https://doi.org/10.1111/jcms.12843.
Unpublished doctoral dissertation
Rubinić, I. (2020). The Dynamics of Economic Inequality in Euro Area Based on the Marxist Theory of Exploitation. (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). School of Economics and Business, University of Ljubljana.
Other examples can be found online at http://www.apastyle.org/.
(1) Original Manuscripts
(2) Review Articles
(2) Book Reviews
(3) Short Reports, Letters, and Critical Comments
(4) Master or PhD Thesis Summaries
REEM is a non-profit making journal and will not charge for access nor seek to re-publish contributions in any other format (translations, anthologies, and the like) without the explicit consent of the authors. All use of REEM published material should fully cite the author(s) and source. Copyright over all material remains with the authors and inquiries concerning further use of material published in REEM beyond the normal academic usage should therefore be addressed to the authors themselves, similarly the responsibility about citation of sources lays on the authors themselves. More general queries about copyright should be addressed to the REEM editors.
All work published in Review of Economcics and Economic Methodology is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial 3.0 Unported License.
By submitting their contribution to the Review of Economics and Economic Methodology, the contributor(s) and reviewer(s) explicitly agree that the editor(s) of the Review of Economics and Economic Methodology, as managers of the reviewing and publishing processes, may collect, use, and further process the personal data of contributor(s) and reviewer(s), to conduct the reviewing and publishing processes, in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation (EU), 2016/679). The contributor(s) and reviewer(s) have the right to be informed regarding collecting and using their personal data. In this sense and upon request, the editor(s) must provide the contributor(s) and reviewer(s) the information about the purposes for processing personal data, retention periods for the personal data provided, and the information regarding who this information will be shared with. All personal data gathered will be erased once it is no longer needed for the purpose for which the data was initially collected. The contributor(s) and reviewer(s) have the right to restrict their personal data processing and be active participants in their data publication process. The editor(s) might share personal information and data of the contributor(s) and reviewer(s) (with the third parties) in the cases of plagiarism or other misconducts. In this case, the editor(s) will inform all parties involved in due time. The affiliation and correspondence information of contributor(s) will be treated as an open-source data, which will be published as an integral part of the contributions accepted for publication. This information, the contributor(s) must provide when they are submitting their contribution. The current work affiliation and the contact information will be published on the first page of the accepted contribution. Alternatively, if any contributor(s) would not like to see their information made public, they should inform the editor(s) before their contribution is published.
Although the editors of the Review of Economics and Economic Methodology take the utmost care in reviewing papers that appear in REEM, we cannot exclude the possibility that they contain inaccuracies or violate the proper use of academic referencing or copyright in general. The responsibility for these matters therefore remains with the authors of these papers and third parties that choose to make use of them entirely. In no event can the editorial board of the REEM or the Faculty of Economics University of Ljubljana be held accountable for the contents of these papers.